Protection and Privacy

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Guard against fraud and comply with regulations 
Reduce risk and cost by eliminating what you don’t need  
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AIIM Conference 2018 - Noble Energy: from Physical Records Management to Information Governance

Ritch Tolbert, Senior Program Manager, ECRM, Noble Energy

Noble Energy, a global oil and gas independent is taking a more holistic approach to managing all of its unstructured information. Join Ritch Tolbert as he shows us how to enhance our value at work by employing these information management techniques. 

AIIM Conference 2018 - Can Unstructured Anarchy be Governed? How we conquered Google Land

Gina Smith-Guidi , Principal Information Manager, City of Edmonton and Kristan Cook, Director of Corporate Information, City of Edmonton

When the City of Edmonton transitioned from using network drives to Google Drive for our unstructured corporate information, we faced a typical challenge: trying to conform a "consumerized" technology to meet our established Records Management requirements. Come hear the story of how we overcame learning curves, deficiencies and biases to embrace a simplified process for information lifecycle management.     

AIIM Conference 2018 - Information Management on Giga Projects: it's Complicated

Susan Sherrouse, CIP, Principal Project Information Manager, Fluor Corporation

Giga projects -- so called because of their $10 billion+ pricetag -- present a myriad of challenges. That’s an understatement! Using real-world examples from her work at the global engineering, procurement, fabrication, construction and maintenance company, Fluor Corporation, Susan Sherrouse will provide an overview of the giga project data/information/technology environment, present information management and data flow lessons learned the hard way, and offer a perspective on combining technology and business practices for project success. 

AIIM Conference 2018 - LinkedIn: our cloud-based compliance success story

Ben Robbins, Sr. Director Forensics/Discovery, LinkedIn and Chris McNulty, Sr. Product Manager, Microsoft

Find out how LinkedIn eased its data overload woes by using cloud based machine-assisted insights to know what to keep, what to discard, and what is connected to what. 

AIIM Conference 2018 - The Truth About Ediscovery: a candid conversation with the Hon. Xavier Rodriguez

Hon. Xavier Rodriguez, U.S. District Judge, United States Courts, Western District of Texas and Jason R. Baron, Of Counsel, Drinker, Biddle and Reath LLP

In lively interview style, the Judge will share his view of technological competence among the legal professionals he works with and what he sees as the future of ediscovery practice in the age of artificial intelligence. 

AIIM Conference 2018 - Digital Transformation runs on the Cloud

Tony Peleska, CIO, Minnesota Housing Finance Agency, Jennifer Rubritz, Information Asset Protection Manager, Cummins, Josh Rosenberg, Sr Product Marketing Manager, Box

You know the story: the more global your business and the customers you serve, the more scattered your content is and complicated your processes become. Before you know it, your content gets siloed in every office and process. Digital Transformation can't happen if your workers can't find, share, manage and protect your information. Join Don Brumfield, VP of IT and Infrastructure at Heidrick & Struggles - one of the leading global executive recruitment firms  - to learn how they resolved these issues by going all in on the cloud.

AIIM Conference 2018 - Eliminating Information Pain Points in a Regulated Industry

Clint Wentworth, Manager IS Project, NuStar Energy LP and Stephen Ludlow, Senior Director, OpenText

The NuStar Energy transformation story - Learn from a real-world success story as folks from terminal and pipeline operator, NuStar Energy share their methodology for identifying specific pain points -- from email management to contracts management to external collaboration -- and applying targeted solutions to address success factors like compliance, risk reduction, and employee productivity. If their complex, regulated environment can achieve success, so can yours.

AIIM Conference 2018 - A "Modern Records Management" Case Study

Rafael Moscatel, Head of Information Governance, Farmers

How the compliance department at Farmers Insurance enabled cutting edge initiatives. On the heels of introducing breakthrough Artificial Intelligence, Internet of Things, and "Fintech" initiatives into the enterprise, Farmers recognized a need to modernize its records and information management strategy to support and protect these new capabilities. The organization invested in talent, research, eDiscovery tools and policy development  to solve some of the highly-regulated industry's most complicated challenges including email retention, legal hold defensibility and records compliance.

AIIM Conference 2018 - Automation and Integration (not Rip and Replace)

Stephen Ludlow, Senior Director, Enterprise Product Marketing, OpenText

The adoption and consumption of “content services” is fueling advances in automation and integration. Together, they’re changing the way we work, the way that we design business processes, and the way we measure success in managing content. Even better news: all of this can be achieved by building on your current core back-end ECM systems. Join us to explore proven methods for using content services to make business processes more effective.

AIIM Conference 2018 - From ECM Pioneer to IIM Pioneer

Jack Moore, Global EDM Product, DGF Business IT, DHL Global and David Jenness, Marketing Manager, Content Services Messaging Lead, IBM Hybrid Cloud

Jack Moore is an ECM veteran. As the Shared Services ECM leader for DHL Global forwarding, Jack is continually seeking improvements in customer response time, operational efficiency, and global logistics. Come hear about the lessons he has learned and the practices he has applied during his information management journey.

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